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Yesterday 8:10 AM  #1


Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Another trip around the sun....show us that new Medicare card!

 

Yesterday 8:24 AM  #2


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

May your bearings have proper torque for many more miles!
Happy birthday.


Money you enjoy wasting is NOT wasted money... unless your wife finds out.
 

Yesterday 8:39 AM  #3


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy birthday to you, Happy birthday to you.....


Gary Zilik - Pine Junction, Colorado - 67 Coupe, 289-4V, T5
 

Yesterday 9:27 AM  #4


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy birthday Bearing Bob!!!!


If it aint broke, I have'nt tried to "Fix" it yet!
 

Yesterday 11:24 AM  #5


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy Birthday Bearing BOB 


A bad day working on your mustang beats a good day at work anytime
 

Yesterday 11:51 AM  #6


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy Birthday BB2!!!


Bash Host MSBB XVI.       BobC    1966 Mustang Coupe
 

Yesterday 1:06 PM  #7


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

May the 4th be with you !!!!    Happy Birthday


Its really me....I fixed my caps lock .
 

Yesterday 1:22 PM  #8


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy 65th Bearing Bob!   

 

Yesterday 1:51 PM  #9


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Thanks guys. I'd post a pic Josh if only...
It wasn't until my mother passed that I thought it's the mothers who should be honored on their kid's birthday.


Bob. 69 Mach 1, 393W, SMOD Toploader, Armstrong  steering.
 

Yesterday 3:01 PM  #10


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy 65th Big brother!!


Dan - A9L/5.0/T5/3.25 Currie 8” TL/2016 Mustang GT brakes - 2021 Bash or Bust
 

Yesterday 3:41 PM  #11


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy birthday there young fella!


Good work ain't cheap, Cheap work ain't good!   “Never trust a fart”
 

Yesterday 4:07 PM  #12


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy birthday.


If its worth doing do it right !
 

Yesterday 4:25 PM  #13


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Oh man...my bad.  Well, happy late birthday kid.  See ya soonly.

BB1


"you get what you pay for, good work isn't cheap, and there are NO free lunches...PERIOD!"
 

Yesterday 5:02 PM  #14


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

HBD BB2


Sometimes ya just gotta fly low.     70 convertible 76B model, L code out of the box. 416W stroker now.
 

Yesterday 5:53 PM  #15


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy Birthday Bob

 

Yesterday 7:02 PM  #16


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Hap-Burf-Day-tew-yew!!
You'll always be RPM to me!!!!
6sally-lew-ya6


Get busy Liv'in or get busy Die'n....Host of the 2020 Bash at the Beach/The only Bash that got cancelled  )8
 

Today 5:14 AM  #17


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Clean and repack those bearings with some good synthetic grease like Kendall Super Blue.  You'll feel like a new man.  Don't forget the muffler bearings!  Happy Birthday!

 

Today 5:30 AM  #18


Re: Happy Birthday Bearing Bob

Happy birthday! 

Bearing Bob wrote:

It wasn't until my mother passed that I thought it's the mothers who should be honored on their kid's birthday.

I agree - Moms and Dads both should be honored.  After all, as my Mom once pointed out, there is a day every week to celebrate her child - son day.

Last edited by John Ha (Today 7:44 AM)


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